Executive Care is unique on many levels. We bring a compassionate approach to the business of home care as a full-service premium brand poised to reach new heights. A leading home healthcare franchise, Executive Care is more than just a senior care company. The brand offers a wide-range of care-centric services for all ages, ranging from companionship and personal care to skilled care and facility staffing. Our purpose is to improve the quality of life of everyone we come in contact with, whether it is our employees, our clients or their families, we create a better—and more enjoyable—quality of life for them.
To buy a franchise with Executive Home Care, you'll need to have at least $100,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $200,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of at least $200,000. They also offer financing via 3rd party. *
|Financing:||Via 3rd party|
|Home Office:||New Jersey|
What makes Executive Care unique is our devotion to client experience. We understand the need to provide high-quality compassionate home care. And more importantly, we provide peace of mind to our clients and their families.
Are there other companies that do what we do? Of course! However, there is always room for one brand that understands its clients better; one that is operationally sound and one that consistently performs better than everyone else. Executive Care is that brand!
For Executive Care and the special people that join us, providing people with peace of mind is more than a corporate mission statement; it is the sole reason for doing what we do.
Becoming an Executive Care franchise owner has several significant advantages for you:
Executive Care is a franchise opportunity built on very strong core values and experiences. We know what works and what doesn’t. With over a decade of home care experience, our proven system is designed to run a successful Executive Care business without any medical experience. Our franchise business owners come from various and diverse backgrounds, many remaining in their current professions.
At Executive Care we strongly believe that support, training and education never end.
Take Care of your future helping others!
The Home Health Care/Senior Care industry is thriving! In fact, the senior population will grow to over 72 million by 2025 from 42 million today.
Why is this growth so significant?
Nearly 90% of seniors prefer health care in their own home. When compared to the costs associated with a retirement community, Home Health Care can be a very affordable option for many seniors. The client’s quality of life is also enhanced when dignity, privacy and freedom are factored into the treatment program.
Discover the Power of Helping Others.
Since Executive Care was founded in 2004, our mission is to provide compassionate quality Home Health Care services to our clients so that they can remain safe and independent in the comfort of their own home. We want every client to have a great experience with Executive Care. Every Executive Care owner knows about the importance of providing Executive quality care to their clients and providing strong customer service.
Our core philosophy is very simple: “When you take care of your caregivers and your clients, they will take care of you and your business.”
We are in the Care Business. Our owners must be business minded and they hire the team to deliver the care to our clients. A team with an RN and Caregivers provides the day to day care utilizing their extensive knowledge, skills and training. The franchise owner assembles, develops, and manages that team and the business. Our successful franchisees have very diverse backgrounds from IT Executives, School Administrators, Accountants, Retail Management, Doctors and Restaurant Owners.
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Interested parties should have at least $100,000 in liquid capital to invest.